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Full text of "History Of Ancient India"

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First, Mihira Bhoja re\-\expndtw-5 established the supremacy of his family in Bundelkhand soon after his accession, and renewed a grant, made by \expndtw1 Nagabhata II, which had fallen into desuetude in the \expndtw-6 reign of Ramabhadra.\super 2\nosupersub  Similarly, Mihira Bhoja revived \expndtw-2 another in 843 A.D. in Gurjai-atra-bhumi (Marwar) \expndtw-5 originally sanctioned by Vatsaraja and confirmed by \expndtw-3 Nagabhata II, but which had fallen into abeyance pro\-\expndtw4 bably during the lime of Ramabhadra, and remained \expndtw-6 as such in the earlier years of Mihira Bhoja's reign even.\super 3 \nosupersub\expndtw-3 In the north, his suzerainty was certainly acknowledged \expndtw10 up to the foot of the Himalayas., as is clear from \expndtw7 the gift of some land to Kalacuri Gunambodhideva \expndtw1 in the Gorakhpur district.\super 4\nosupersub  Having thus made himself \expndtw3 the dominant power in \i Madbyadefa^ \i0 Mihira Bhoja \expndtw4 turned to measure swords with the Palas of Bengal, \expndtw0 who under the vigorous rule of king Dcvapala \i (circa \i0\expndtw-6 815-55 A.D.) had once again launched upon their Imperi\-\expndtw5 al schemes. 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